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they're going to review that last one. whether or not his foot was on the line. barnes trims to answer. can't connect. curry looks to save. does to iguodala. barnes. livingston. 109-94, a 13-point lead as we approach five minutes remaining and this crowd, a bit stunned right now. irving overshadowing, a bit, this extraordinary game from lebron james. james with curry on him. fakes. leans. shot's no good. last touched by golden state. and we'll take a time-out. >> jeff: well, definitely a three-point shot here. way behind the line. in transition. probably got fouled, too, but he
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13 assists combined. james also has 15 rebounds. and they've mangled to quiet this building. >> jeff: and rush in for the first time to guard james. but this is one of the greatest performances offensively i've ever seen in the finals by irving. >> mike: love finds james. knocked out of bounds. brandon rush has come on for the first time, with curry, thompson, barnes and iguodala. >> mark: reminds you of the great isaiah thomas. >> jeff: you know, you say, always, don't say that, but on this one -- say that. >> mark: he's doing things that isaiah did in his prime. >> mike: shot clock winds down. ball stripped. picked up by thompson. thompson spins. thompson drives. kicks it out, curry. corner three -- that won't go. curry's now 8 for 21. he's had some looks that just would not fall here in the fourth quarter.
irving. not that time. a rare miss as love deflects it out of bounds. and we've got 3:51 remaining. after tonight's game, espn brings you "sportscenter" at night. stan, neil, scott van pelt. complete breakdown of game five from oakland. and a recap of the day in sports. "sportscenter" at night, after the game on espn. curry to rush. rush's first shot. that misses. and james with his 16th rebound to go with 38 points and seven assists. golden state hasn't scored in three minutes. james against rush. leans in, tried to draw the foul, got him up, count it, and one! 40 points for lebron james. and the lead balloons to 15.
>> jeff: very good individual defense by rush the last two possessions until he bit on the shot fake. and james just too strong. >> mike: the last time two players in a finals game, had 40 or more, was back in 2001. shaquille o'neal and allen iverson each went for 40 or more. and right now, we've got irving with 41 and james with 40. >> mark: you think about it. we're raving, rightfully so, about kyrie irving and the performance he's had. absolutely. lebron james still getting it done. and if the series were to end right now, he'd be the mvp. with all due respect to everybody else. he's the one having a spectacular series numbers-wise. >> jeff: i don't think he would be voted that way. it didn't happen last year and he was just unbelievable. as barnes misses one right at the rim.
>> mike: james right there to contest. crowd thought it should have been a foul. everything going clooefl land's w cleveland's way here in the fourth quarter. james has been absolutely magnificent. these numbers reminiscent of last year when he had to do so much. james fires -- can't hit. and rush grabs the rebound. by the way, it's the first time ever teammates had 40 points in a finals game. barnes to thompson. barnes an open look. can't get that to fall. irving, the rebound. and some of the crowd heading for the exits. as cleveland has dominated this fourth quarter. >> jeff: and barnes is obviously really struggling tonight, mike, after two exceptional games in a row. >> mike: just 2 for 14. barnes blocks that shot. and 2:15 remaining. first time ever in the finals,
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out all their starters. >> mike: golden state trying to go with a small lineup again, as speights gets it inside. lost it. ball knocked out of bounds. without draymond green, a huge difference for this warriors team. as cleveland shoots 54% from the field. >> jeff: let's give cleveland credit, mike, versus talk about who was missing. because they played an exceptional game and their best players stood up huge tonight. >> mike: no question about it. and another time-out. klay thompson had that brilliant first half. he had 37 points. but look at the warriors in the second half. a lot of that to do with a lot of that to do with tenaciousstraight talk.ense.some if you've ever been lured in by a low price wireless plan then there's not enough high-speed data
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finishing. major key. they didn't want to see a game six. well, now, you have it. momma, there goes those men. >> mike: one of the all-time great finals performances from a pair of teammates. 82 points, each with 41. most importantly, they get the victory to set up that game back on their home floor. mo williams. lebron james keeps his streak alive of his team's always winning at least a road game in every playoff series. barbosa. on the drive, left-handed. >> mark: what you can't do if you're the cavs is think that the warriors are panicking. draymond green's coming back.
and this is a team that's proven that their act does travel. you got to be ready. or it will end in cleveland. >> jeff: as it did last year. >> mike: and again, to win in this building, one of the toughest building, the toughest building this year to win in. 39-2 during the regular season. 11-1 in the playoffs. this would be only the second playoff home loss and only the fourth overall of the entire season. >> mark: mike, you come into any arena with lebron james and kyrie irving, i don't care what the numbers say, you have a chance to win. and the same mentality for the war yrs. steph curry and klay thompson, and their supporting cast, they can win anywhere. i don't care what the numbers say. >> mike: kyrie irving plays like this, along with lebron james. again, the first two games weren't competitive. they lost by 15 and then by 33.
in games one and two here in this building. another spectacular performance from lebron james when facing elimination. golden state, meanwhile, 61 points in the first half, 36 in the second half. >> jeff: i thought it was an incredibly officiated game, as well. i really did. i thought on all those flay grant foul things, they made the right calls -- >> mike: didn't overreact to all the stuff that went on at the end of game four. mo williams throws it up. offensive foul. they'll wave the basket off. >> jeff: and mark, if you are ty lue, do you go with dellavedova as your backup for short minutes or mo williams in game six? >> mark: an interesting call. the one thing i do know about dellavedova, he's a better defender. if he has to face steph curry, i'd much rather have him on the floor, though mo gives me better offense.
but i can trust dellavedova's ability to have game plan discipline and defend curry. >> mike: well, as we said, at speights throws it, it's going to be a back court violation. no team in the history of the nba finals has ever come back from a 3-1 definite. they're 0-32. but at least for tonight, cleveland's dreams of a championship are still alive. as we mentioned, only two of those 32 even forced a game seven. and that was the '51 knicks and the '66 lakers. and jones will just hold it. as cleveland forces a game six. what a road victory for the cleveland cavaliers as the nba finals will return to cleveland on thursday night. kyrie irving and lebron james, again, one of the all-time great
finals performances from a pair of teammates. each with 41 points and a disappointed klay thompson and the warriors, will have to get on a plane and head to cleveland to try to win their second straight championship. irving, 17 of 24, 41 points, six assists. he's with doris. >> doris: kyrie, your third straight game where you get at least 30 points including two in wins and regardless of who is checking you, you are getting to your game. what have you found in this match-up? >> just continuing to stay aggressive and get out in transition. and use this big fella next to me to get easy shots and when we're playing one-three pick and roll and they are getting the switch, we're just attacking match-ups. we just have to have consistency. >> doris: jeff van gundy said this was one of the greatest individual performances in a finals game he had ever seen. mark jackson said what you did tonight was isaiah-like. with two men of that stature saying that, your reaction is what? >> i'm thankful, but at the same
time, we wouldn't be in any position without both of us putting on a performance like this and our guys coming in and trusting our leadership and just doing it for four quarters. that's what it's about. staying as a team, staying resolve and sticking to the game plan. >> doris: kyrie, thank you. lebron, thank you for waiting. lebron, there was so much noise outside of the lines. how do you put that aside and set the tone for your group from the very beginning? >> only thing that matters is what happened in between these four lines. our guys understood that this was -- it's the final countdown. we had to come out mentally focused, prepared and sharp. our coaching staff gave us a great game plan and we executed. >> doris: what are you watching from kyrie irving who is going through the finals for the first time? >> he's a very humble kid. very appreciative of this moment. but that was special. that was special. that will go down in the all-time greatest performances in finals history. but my point guard. he was spectacular tonight.
>> doris: as you go home, again, your season will be hanging in the balance. what must travel back to believe land with you? >> we just happy we got another day. that's all we can ask for. we got another day to survive. we're going to start preparing tonight, start preparing tomorrow, when game six is, we'll be ready. we understand this is a great team. no matter who is out on the floor for those guys, they're the champions, so, we have to be ready. >> doris: lebron, thank you. >> thank you, doris. >> doris: mike? >> mike: called irving a humble kid. well, tonight, he was a confident star. and a brilliant one, as well. at each james and irving with 41 points to force a game six. final score here from oracle arena, the cavaliers, 112, the warriors, 97. game six will be on thursday night, back in cleveland. for jeff van gundy, mark jackson, doris burke, producer tim corrigan, director jimmy moore and our wonderful crew, mike breen saying thank you so much for watching here on abc, home of the 2016 nba finals.
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... they are coming together tonight in philadelphia, a vigil to mourn the victims of this country's worst mass shooting ever. and they are come together in orlando. that city has been stricken to its core with the attack on a gay nightclub that claimed 49 lives. and they are come together in new york, a city that knows something about being victimized by terror. and while most of these people are thinking tonight of the lost lives and this excruciating example of the barberism of terrorism, law enforcement is focusing on 29-year-old omar mateen. they want to know everything about him and what brought him to turn the pulse gay club into a shooting gallery. it is monday night, and thing about blg on "action news" tonight is the evolving narrative of the orlando
massacre. five of the survivors of sunday morning's carnage are in grave condition. so official say the death toll could climb higher than 49. the fbi is saying that it sees no indication that gunman omar mateen was part of a plot directed from outside the u.s. as for motive, his former wife is saying that mateen suffers from mental illness. his father suggests that his son may have acted out of antigay hatred. but customers of the pulse have told the "orlando sentinel" that mateen was seen at the bar on many occasions. but most speculation of motive revolves around islamic radicalization. at various times, mateen has fledged to isis, al-qaeda and the nusra front. and it turns out that the fbi had reason to investigate mateen twice, in 2013 and 2014. but his name was then taken off the terror watch list. >> we're also going to look hard
at our own work to see whether there is something we should have done differently. so far the honest answer is i don't think so. i don't see anything in rehaving your -- reviewing our work that our agents should have done differently. >> mateen shot his way into the club with a semiautomatic rifle and a glock handgun. people who have been on a terror watch list are not automatically barred from buying guns. at henson -- ed henson sold mateen the two weapons. >> this man held multiple security licenses. he had an armed and an unarmed license. he passed the background check that every single person that purchases a firearm in the state of florida undergoes. >> for years, experts have been warning about the so-called lone wolf and according to president barack obama, mateen appears to have been just that. perhaps inspired by but not directed by any militant group. social media has given us painful access to the moment of the assault. this is a picture of amanda
alvear that went to pulse with her best friend. alvear happened to be live on snapchat when mateen burst in and opened fire. gunshots. both alvear and her friend were killed. and we know two young women from philadelphia were there. akyra murray just graduated from west catholic high school a week ago. she died in the gunfire. she was there with her friend patience carter who was promoting a music video. she also was shot but she survived the attacks. "action news" reporter chad pradelli is in florida women tonlts' vigil. reporter christie ileto will show us how thousands of people came to philadelphia city hall tonight. and dann cuellar is exploring security at local nightclubs. we begin with chad in orlando. >> reporter: it was an impressive turnout for the vigil. thousands were on hand and the
name of each victim was read aloud and the message here tonight was clear -- there is no place for hate. the silence and flickering candles were interrupted by 49 sounds of the bells. one each for those who perished in this sunday massacre. a downtown plaza was sea of colors, many from the lgbt community who vowed to not let the shooting deter their rights and freedom. >> i feel that it would have happened this weekend, it's trying to take that from us. it's trying to break up our community, and i feel like that's not okay. >> we wouldn't miss it for anything. we just want to show our support for -- it could have been us. it could have been anybody, so it's just sad. >> let us all be very clear tonight. to those who seek to divide us, lgbtq people, we are muslims and jews. we are blacks, whites and
latinos. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: and that was not the only message here tonight. the people of orlando want those filled with hate like omar mateen to know love wins and the pulse here beats on with love. mayor buddy dyer and a local muslim cleric condemed the attacks. >> we cannot believe that someone who claims my peaceful faith has brought a massacre and atrocity to our city an act of terror, an act of hate. >> he murdered. he murdered sons and daughters, fathers and mothers and ended the dreams of many young people who were just starting their adult lives here in orlando. tonight we remain a city in pain. >> reporter: and president obama will arrive here in orlando on thursday to pay respects to the injured and dead. live in orlando, chad pradelli, "channel 6 action news." >> the pain of this massacre hits especially close to home
for the west catholic community in philadelphia. 18-year-old akyra murray was fresh off her senior year, spending time in florida with friends and family after her graduation. she was a basketball standout helping west catholic win the city championship this year and just last week she signed her letter of intent to play basketball at mercyhurst college on a full scholarship. the school's principal and others who knew her say akyra was not only a star athlete but a beloved and bright young woman. >> top three in the class. , you have are you spugsd fst very respectful to everybody. she just -- she just embraced everybody here, and treated everybody as an equal. >> the attack in orlando has obviously seared the souls of many philadelphians and have of
those philadelphians came to city hall tonight. "action news" reporter christie ileto was there. a memorial that lasted nearly three hours. the mood was somber and at times angry, but this community, the lgbtq community is constantly a target of hate. [ sobbing ] their sobs echo. [ sobbing ] a sea of diverse people in orlando, packing the northeast corner outside city hall. but for this group, it's personal. >> akyra graduated last week from west catholic. intelligent and bright. >> reporter: philadelphia native akyra murray was one of the dozens slaughtered at a gay nightclub. >> we got to pray. we're going to pray. you got to stay strong because
she has to bury her child she has to transport her child back here to be buried. >> reporter: he got choked up. >> i can't tell you how devastating it is that she was >> a terrorist attack that was targeted towards the queer, lgbtq latino community specifically. and it's honoring the victims' lives. >> i'm angry and passionate about what happened. i'm mad. >> that could have been me. that could have been my family member, my sister, my brother. >> i'm so tired of gun violence. [ chanting ] >> reporter: although the shooting happened miles away -- >> you see all of the shooting. but it's never touched me so much. this is personal. i hate it. >> reporter: now, back here at city hall, people are still out tonight. this corner has become a place for many people to gather and to mourn together, and many people here told me that the only way to move forward is to always remember that love overcomes
hate. reporting live at city hall, christie ileto for channel 6. and "action news" was in bucks county tonight where people mourned for the victims. hundreds attended a candlelight vigil on the banks of the delaware river near the bucks county playhouse. they also read the names of each victim before holding a moment of silence. organizers say they want to stand against violence and hatred. >> we should not respond back with hate. that we should respond with lovn the end, i believe that love will conquer hate. >> it's tragic. and it could have been me. it could have been m my friends. it could have been my loved ones. >> actually, onement victims still has not been publicly identified. the event was orged by a local group called new hope celebrates which runs the annual gay pride parade. hundreds of people also gathered in wilmington tonight to pay respects to those killed in orlando and sent wishes to the wounded for fast recoveries.
they came together at the soldiers and sailors monument at delaware and broom for quiet reflection by candlelight. what happened in orlando points to the fact that ratcheted-up squurt at nightclubs have going to be a fact of life and that holds true in philadelphia. "action news" reporter dann cuellar got a firsthand look tonight. >> reporter: it was a sellout crowd at the fillmore philadelphia.with beefed-up police and security presence on hand, a presence aimed at keeping things safe and in the wake of the massacre in orlando, giving concert-goers a bit of ease. >> it is amped up. it should be amped up a little bit right now. you don't know what's going to happen afterwards. >> reporter: at the fillmore people are patted down as they go in and most people don't mind at all, especially in the wake of orlando. >> it's going to add extra time, but it's worth it. if it ensures the safety of everybody here, i don't care if i have to wait a little longer to get in. >> reporter: but some people
draw a line at just how far security measures should go. >> i mean, added security, added police, added precaution, that's a good thing, but i'm not going to have -- they're going to strip me down at the front door or anything like that. >> reporter: reggae music concert promoter says beefed-up security at these venues is a given. >> it's 2016. we live in a different world now. with terrorism and all this crazy stuff going on out there, so i think it can only benefit everybody's safety. >> reporter: still, some question the effectiveness of it all. >> beefed-up security not necessarily makes us safer at all. that's an illusion because you think you're going to go where the beefed-up security is? no, they're going to pick out somewhere where there isn't any security. >> reporter: and still others believe that if someone inside that nightclub in orlando had been carrying a weapon, the carnage may have been deterred. >> me a gun owner myself and having a license to carry, it can make a difference. haven't had to use it. don't plan to use it. but i think that can be enough of a deterrent.
>> reporter: and then we were reminded that if people live their life in a constant state of fear. it is better to use security measures, common-sense security measures, be aware of your surroundings and if you see something, say something. live at the fillmore in fishtown, i'm dann cuellar, "channel 6 action news." and donald trump today called for a dramatically different national posture to fight terrorism. in a speech from new hampshire, trump said that as president he would impose a ban on immigration from areas of the world with a history of terrorism against the united states. he did not acknowledge that omar mateen is from the u.s. trump also raised eyebrows when he told an interviewer this morning that president obama is purposely burying his head in the sand when it comes to islamic terrorism, perhaps because of ulterior motives. hillary clinton warned that demonizing muslims for the actions of a few will play into the hands of extremist groups. and she blamed america's partners in the middle east like
sarah bloomquist, kuwait and cater for not stopping terroristic funding coming from their countries. and she called for outlying assault-style weapons in this country. and still to come on "action news" tonight, the terror attack victims are not the only ones being remembered tonight in the tri-state area. we will take you to a vigil for slain up-and-coming singer christina grimmie. plus traffic tragedy late tonight in new jersey. cecily? >> we cooled off from the weekend. i'll let you know how long the comfortable air mass sticks around in the accuweather forecast. plus fletcher cox will be with the eagles for many years to come after agreeing to a record-setting deal. ducis rodgers with that story. and we have much more when "action news" continues.
pennsauken late tonight along northbound route 130 at north park drive. police say the victim was hit by an s.u.v. shortly after 10:00 and pronounced dead at the scene. investigators have not yet said who's to blame. a south jersey community held a vigil tonight in honor of marlton native christina grimmie. the singer was murdered after her own concert in orlando on friday. tonight, hundreds of mourners prayed and lit candles at evesham township memorial complex. the 22-year-old was shot to death while she was signing autographs. her brother, marcus, was with her and was able to tackle the suspect. police have called marcus a hero and say that he saved lives. marcus and grimmie's friends were at tonight's vigil and shared their memories of the singer. ♪ >> she was awesome. she loved this town. she loved this state. she loved singing. she loved the lord. and she loved me. and she was my baby sister. >> police are still trying to
determine why the suspect, kevin loibl, killed grimmie before killing himself. the prosecution finished its closing statements today in the corruption trial of congressman chaka fattah. the jury was told that fattah ran a white-collar crime spree that stretched from philadelphia to washington. fattah's accused of paying back an illegal campaign loan with federal grant money and using nonprofit money to enrich family and friends. the defense continued and will continue its closing statements come tomorrow. the pew center for arts and heritage awarded 12 new fellowships tonight. more than $10 million was handed out to local artists during a ceremony in old city. the artists will use the money to enhance cultural programs around the region. more than 300 pierce college students are celebrating their new degrees tonight. the graduates received associate's, bachelor's and master's degrees during the ceremony tonight at the kimmel center. these graduates range in age
from 21 to 67. tonight's graduating class includes a couple can of married couples. >> congratulations. >> congratulations to all those pierce graduates. >> uh-hmm. >> let's get that accuweather forecast from cecily tynan. and beautiful weather on the way tomorrow. stormtracker 6 showing that we do have a few sprinkles across south jersey right now. a lot of them not making it to the ground but upper level disturbance is moving through tonight. temperature-wise, though, pretty comfortable, 72 degrees in philadelphia, allentown, 66. and wilmington, 69. and cape may, currently 70 degrees. so you can see these clouds really spilling in from the northwest with an upper level disturbance. can you see the sprinkles across south jersey. but if you look across northern pennsylvania, the clouds are breaking up. so they will continue to push away and thin out in the overnight hours. and the bus stop forecast for the kids still in school -- my kids are in their last week -- mostly sunny, very pleasant.
at 6:00, 62. by 8:00, 65 degrees. and tomorrow, through the day, with a bubble of hot pressure up to the north, it's going to be gorgeous, low humidity, lots of sunshine, a little bit warmer than today. today's high, 78. tomorrow we bump it up to 80. 82 with a normal -- is the normal high this time of the year. and then heading into wednesday, a warm front will move in. it will bring us a little bit more in the form of clouds, so a mixture of clouds and sunshine. it will warm things up to 86 degrees and along that warm front low pressure will ride on thursday into friday, and that will bring us our next round of rain. thursday really the first half of the day on friday, you'll likely want your umbrella. so the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, you like today you'll like tomorrow. plenty of sunshine, low humidity. comfortably cool with a high up to 80 degrees. and wednesday still a decent day, but a little bit more in the form of clouds. it gets warmer behind that warm front with a high of 86. thursday, though, is when that low pressure is meandering right
over us. so that means not a washout but periods of rain and drizzle. it will be cooler with at clouds and the rain. 76 degree. and friday a day of transition. morning rain could linger into the afternoon along the coast. but philadelphia later in the day, we should see at least some peeks of sunshine, 77. and it still looks like the weekend will be a nice one. saturday, mostly sunny, 80 degrees on father's day, looking nice, sunny, 83 degrees. i'm still keeping my eye on a storm system offshore, still looks like it will stay far enough to the east that we'll have a dry weekend. i'll keep you posted on that and monday, mostly sunny and hot with a high of 90. o@hoping that low pressure stays far enough away from us at this point a little too close for comfort. >> how about east like the cliffs of dover? [ laughter ] >> probably not quite that far. >> okay. thank you, cecily. 39th philadelphia international film festival and market kicked off tonight in center city. the opening reinterception was held at the african-american museum and during this week
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fletcher cox is signed, sealed and delivers. >> pay the man his money. lots of money. even while fletcher cox missing the voluntary workouts this off-season, the eagles were confident they would get a deal done with him. today they do. and it's a big one. cox and the birds agree on a six-year contract extension. reports say it's worth $103 million with $63 million being guaranteed. that's an nfl record for guaranteed money for a non-quarterback. last season cox made the pro bowl with a team-high 9 1/2 sacks. the phillies have had trouble against the better teams this season. they just got swept by the nationals and tonight they gain -- begin a stretch of four straight against toronto. franco dealing with a mild knee sprain. third inning. herrera. no score. best hitter on the team. that's out of here in a hurry. two hits for herrera on the night. three rbi. that's a solo homer. ryan howard, the d.h. tonight. that's also a solo homer in the seventh inning. his ten of the season. the phillies end the four-game skid. they blank toronto, a final score, 7-0.
the sixers are ten todays away from the nba draft and ten days away from usin using that numbee overall pick. today they worked out duke's ingram. he averaged better than 17 points per game this past season. he's a 6'9" guard who will give defenders fits. speaking of fits, ingram feels he would be a good fit here. >> of course, i need help at different positions. i think i can fill the different -- i can fill the different positions, of course. just coming in, making an impact in different ways and just trying to be a leader in this program. the sixers have yet to work out lsu's ben simmons, the other highly touted player in this draft. but it's not for lack of trying. simmons and his agent have chosen not to work out for any nba team. >> it's not a red flag. you know, everybody deals with the draft process differently. you know, sometimes agents are involved. sometimes families are involved in those decisions. again, everything that we get with respect to our intel as
relates to ben is he would very much like to be selected number one. >> while covering the sixers today, we spotted joel embiid working out. he looks good as he continues to bounce back from foot surgery. the sixers said he will not be a part of the sixers summer league team. still taking it slow with him. nba finals next. ♪ roll all summer with a classic -- dunkin's savory pork roll breakfast sandwich is back. crave it while you can. america runs on dunkin'.
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how about lebron james? he scores 41 points as well. it's the first time two teammates have gone for 40 or more in nba finals game. cleveland remains alive, a 1-12-97 victory. so will will be a game six on thursday back in cleveland. we had have it for you coverage begins at 9:00. be there. >> absolutely. finally, they honored a local veteran tonight in mt. holly. during the town council meeting, retired army veteran brad was honored with a certificate of appreciation and a commemorative plaque. the township will start holding these ceremonies once a month, and hems of the community have been invited to nominate their veterans. "jimmy kimmel live" next on channel 6 followed by "nightline." jimmy's guest tonight, kevin hart, constance zimmer and music from fit and the tantrum.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how very nice. hi, everyone. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thanks for coming. thanks for joining us on this major night of basketball. a special thanks to those of you with us earlier in prime time. game five of the nba finals. the warriors tonight were shorthanded. they were out draymond green who was suspended for what was the latest in a series of attacks on other player's testicles. here he is taking steven adams of the oklahoma thunder during the last series, and this was on friday night the league called this unnecessary contact with
the swipe at the hand of the -- i don't know. they really know how to make it sound sexy. but two days after the game he was charged with the flagrant foul. i feel like there should be a statute of limitations, like you have to call the foul before the pain goes away. if you get suspended in the nba, you're not allowed to be in the arena before or during the game. draymond watched the basketball democrat baseball game. he reportedly watched it from a suite at the oakland a's game. what were they afraid of? i feel like we should have known this was going to happen. have people seen the draymond green signature shoe? i mean, looking back it seems to obvious. throughout the nba finals our friend, tracy morgan has been kind enough to share some of his personal favorite memories from finals past.
tonight he's prepared to share again as he turns back to 1970. >> one of my best nba finals ever was when willis reed walked out after returning from his leg injury in 1970. it reminded me of my uncle jerry. he got his leg bit by pit bulls in a dog fight. i don't condone dog fighting or his behavior. it taught me a valuable lesson. you don't fight pit bulls if you happen to work in the butcher shop. the pit bulls can smell the meat and they can't control themselves after that. he had no calf muscle after he got bit, so his leg look like a pirate dude with a wooden leg. it was so funny. it was funny. he'll show it to you if you ever meet him.
[ applause ] >> jimmy: quite a story. a special bonus, we invited one of tracy's friends. and it's time for alec baldwin's nba finals memories. >> one of my best nba finals ever was when willis reed walked out of the tunnel in 1970 after returning from his leg injury. i loved it because it reminded me of my uncle jerry. he got his leg bitten by pit bulls in a dog fight. that taught me a valuable lesson. you don't fight pit bulls if you happen to work in a butcher shop. you understand what i'm saying? anyway, he had no calf muscle after he got bit so his leg look like one of them old dudes, them pirate dudes, you know, with the wooden leg? it was so funny.
it was funny. he'll show it to you if you ever meet up with him. >> jimmy: thank you, alec. they have so much in common. they both have an uncle jerry. this should be interesting. tomorrow night in washington d.c., hillary clinton and bernie sanders are having a meeting, a dinner at denny's -- i would love to be at that meeting. don't fall for it, bernie, it's a trap. hillary is going to tie you up and put you to an assisted living facility. here is donald trump slowed down to half speed for comic affect. [ slow speed ] >> bernie. bernie. bernie, where are you, bernie? oh, we love bernie. bernie's okay. ♪
>> jimmy: only one here speaking like that from now on. you probably know donald trump is keen on suing people. according to usa today he's been involved in at least 3500 lawsuits so far in his life. that's a lot. most people sue or get sued once, maybe three times in their lives. by the way, when i'm vice president, i will propose a lifetime cap. you'll get five lawsuits and that's it, so choose wisely. [ applause ] >> jimmy: you know? but until that time we have to deal with wealthy people filing as many suits as they want. that's bad news for the legal system but good news for lawyers on both sides. >> have you or someone you love been sued by donald trump? call greenberg and greenberg today. we've successfully defended literally thousands of donald trump soughts like this. >> i switched over to dancing with the stars. donald trump sued me